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The Radicalism of the Anti-Arizona Suit

July 15, 2010 politisite 0

If nothing else, the state of Arizona has smoked out the Obama administration. To make the case that the Arizona immigration law conflicts with, and therefore is preempted by, federal law, the Justice Department has to make an extraordinary claim — that the federal laws as written don’t matter so much. The drafters of the Arizona statute, S.B. 1070, were careful to mimic specific federal laws, but that’s not good […]

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Justice Department Sues Arizona for doing their Job, Suit says nothing about Discrimination

July 6, 2010 politisite 0

As widely anticipated, Attorney General Eric Holder today filed a lawsuit against Arizona and Gov. Jan Brewer over the state’s immigration law. The suit seeks a preliminary injunction to stop the law from being implemented. The court filing states that Arizona law is pre-empted by federal law and therefore violates the supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution. The filing makes no assertion that the law is discriminatory or risks being […]

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Boycott Arizona over its immigration law? 82% of Americans say NO

May 27, 2010 politisite 0

Despite President Obama’s claim that he sees no congressional appetite to address immigration reform this midterm election year, there’s more convincing evidence this week that Americans want it. No White House administration wants to admit that it governs by polls. And this one hasn’t. For more than a year now polls have shown the top concerns on American minds are…. …jobs and the economy. As a result, this Obama White […]

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The 73% fringe that supports AZ immigration law

May 13, 2010 politisite 0

Here is a great post from Ed Morrissey over at Hot Air: Barack Obama and the Democrats keep trying to paint the new law in Arizona on immigration as some sort of misguided effort by a frustrated fringe.  Unfortunately for them, a new poll from Pew Research shows that they’re the fringe — even in their own party.  Almost three-quarters of Americans support Arizona’s new law, and almost two-thirds of […]